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Latin American Macroeconomic ReformsThe Second Stage$
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Jose Gonzalez, Vittorio Corbo, Anne O. Krueger, and Aaron Tornell

Print publication date: 2003

Print ISBN-13: 9780226302676

Published to Chicago Scholarship Online: February 2013

DOI: 10.7208/chicago/9780226302683.001.0001

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Taxation Reform in Latin America in the Last Decade

Taxation Reform in Latin America in the Last Decade

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(p.327) 9 Taxation Reform in Latin America in the Last Decade
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Latin American Macroeconomic Reforms
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Vito Tanzi

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University of Chicago Press
DOI:10.7208/chicago/9780226302683.003.0011

Many of the Latin American countries that have faced macroeconomic difficulties and that have chosen to go to the International Monetary Fund for fund-supported programs have placed particular importance on the objective of raising revenue. However, at times, this objective has been pursued or achieved at the cost of simplification or of equity improvement. Several Latin American countries have been only partially successful in raising the level of taxation in neutral and equitable ways. But many countries succeeded in raising their tax levels. This chapter, which reviews some of the major developments in taxation that have occurred in Latin America over the last decade, is organized as follows. Section 9.2 identifies the major factors that have influenced tax developments in Latin America. Section 9.3 considers major developments in tax systems. Section 9.4 discusses distinctive features of the Latin American tax reform efforts, and Section 9.5 discusses some developments in tax administration. Section 9.6 draws some conclusions.

Keywords:   taxes, tax policy, tax systems, tax reform

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